As was to be expected, it is apparent that Chris Brown‘s team have found restoring his public image to be an tough and tedious struggle.Array
For despite enjoying a number of commercial successes with his latest album ‘FAME‘ and receiving critical acclaim for a number of well choreographed award show appearances, ‘the incident‘ remains an inconvenient stain that neither he or his publicists know how to get rid of.
Now we want you to weigh in.
Hasn’t Chris Brown suffered enough?
Yes, footage like the above have done their part to uphold the argument held by many media outlets (Fox News, for example) that Brown is nothing more than a easily provoked thug.
Undeserving of the forgiveness much of his support base believe he is unfairly being denied.
From losing his lucrative partnership with Wrigley to the blacklisting of his LP ‘Grafitti‘ by Walmart, there are many who argue that the media and the general public have behaved hypocritically in their dealings with him.
Arguing that while the likes of R.Kelly, Charlie Sheen, Mel Gibson, Bill Clinton and Roman Polanski have seen their ‘indiscretions’ overlooked and at times defended, Brown remains a sitting target despite apologizing for his actions on numerous actions.
Or has it become too easy to forget that he almost killed Rihanna that night.